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A West Lothian cyclist preparing for his biggest challenge yet – Mount Everest.Alex Ball (19) will attempt to break the Scottish record for cycling the height of Everest on Sunday.He has set himself the challenge of riding up and down the local Kingscavil hill to reach a total of 8848m, the height of Mount Everest, to help raise funds for the ProjectGo charity.Alex says ‘Everesting’ is a challenge in which a person rides up a climb of their choice until they reach the accumulative height of Mount Everest.Kingscavil has an elevation of 70 meters so he will need to ride up and down 122 times.The teenage ace grew up as a member of his local cycling club, West Lothian Clarion, but now rides for the Vanelli-Project Go racing team.And that’s

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